Are you consider a second marriage? Many people who want to remarry find themselves weighing the issues that come with blending two families. Our insights will give you plenty to think about before taking this step.
Navigating the Challenges of Blended Families
A Happy Blended Home
Disciplining a Stepchild
Clashing Parenting Styles
A Step-Dad's Role
Romance After Remarriage
7 Ways to Connect With Stepkids
5 Tips for a Soon-to-Be Stepmom
Modern families redefine togetherness.
We've asked our experts how to cook up a stepfamily that succeeds.
Things to consider before beginning your interracial family.
What to do when a stepparent disciplines your children differently than you do.
How much disciplining should a stepparent do?
Would your stepkids describe you as a step-angel or a step-monster? Take this fun 10-question quiz and find out.
You can't make your children love their new stepparent, but our experts share how a little positive encouragement can go a long way.
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Becoming a stepparent can be scary and overwhelming -- for you and your future stepchildren. Here are tips to make the transition easier for everyone involved.
No one likes to think about estate planning, so it's no wonder that two thirds of American parents don't even have a will. Do you really need one? To find out, take our quiz.
It's difficult for all parents to carve out private couple time, but it is particularly tough when you're in a stepfamily. Here's how the two of you can find space for some spice in your marriage.
A great book can help your kids make sense of what's happening -- and the complex emotions they're feeling. Consider one of these for your kiddos.
These 4 must-know tips will help your family mesh no matter what your circumstances.
How being the firstborn, middle child, last-born, or only child may affect your behavior more than you think.
Actress Jada Pinkett Smith talks about her new children's book and her happy, hectic home life with Will Smith and their kids.
The latest U.S. Census data reveal that our children will be growing up in a different world than we did. What does that mean for our kids and their future?
It might not end up on Instagram, but a ruined family trip may teach you lessons you'll never forget.
Try these Motherboard Mom-tested ways to thank the important people in your child's life.